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Caz hockey sweeps Whitesboro, Ontario Bay

Lakers move back to .500 mark

One big motivating factor for the Cazenovia ice hockey team, entering the regular-season homestretch, is the chance to finish in the top two of the Division II National Conference and, as a result, secure a first-round Section III playoff home game at the Morrisville State IcePlex.

Liverpool indoor sides second at Kirschenheiter meet

Petrella, Hentges, Mathewson, Akinpelu among individual winners

Indoor track and field teams from Liverpool and Cicero-North Syracuse now are closing in on the post-season, which starts in a big way with the Section III Class AA championships on Feb. 4. In the meantime, both sides sought more wins during the Fred Kirschenheiter Memorial Invitational, which took place Wednesday and Thursday at SRC Arena.

Indoor track Bees battle at Kirschenheiter meets

B'ville girls win 4x400; Donhauser second in boys 55 hurdles

With the Section III championships looming on Feb. 4, the Baldwinsville indoor track and field teams still had some regular-season work left to do. Each of the Bees’ sides took part in this week's Fred Kirschenheiter Memorial Invitational, getting to fifth place on the boys side and sixth on the girls side on consecutive nights.

WG girls finish third at Kirschenheiter meet

Benson takes girls 1,500; Westhill-Ludden's Kiley wins on boys side

This was the last week of twin boys and girls indoor track and field events at SRC Arena prior to the Section III championships on Feb. 4 and 5, so the area’s local teams wanted to make a good showing during the Fred Kirschenheiter Memorial Invitational.

Indoor track Lakers win season debut at SRC Arena

Caz girls join other MVITA teams at sectional venue

Just as they had done all winter, the Cazenovia girls indoor track and field team prevailed over challengers from the Mohawk Valley Indoor Track Association Thursday night - only this time, it wasn't at Colgate University. The scene, for one night, shifted to Onondaga Community College's SRC Arena, which will host the Section III championships on Feb. 4-5, and the Lakers, getting a sneak preview of the venue, won - like it had multiple times this winter at Sanford Field House.

Swimming Warriors claim duel with J-D/CBA

Burdo wins 200, 500 freestyle; Petit, Henry, Miller also victorious

Intense practices had marked the Liverpool boys swim team's lead-up to its biggest regular-season meet of the winter. And when the Warriors made that trip to face the combined Jamesville-DeWitt/CBA side on Thursday night, it was ready, saving its best work for the latter stages of the competition and pulling away for a 99.5-86.5 victory over the Red Rams.

J-D/CBA swimmers duel with Liverpool

Knapp, Potocki, divers stand out in loss to Warriors

Having rampaged through their respective leagues, the Jamesville-DeWitt/CBA and Liverpool boys swim teams met up with each other, head-to-head, on Thursday night at J-D Middle School. Together, the two powers put together some of the season's fastest times, and the Red Rams more than held its own, even in a 99.5-86.5 defeat to the Warriors.

Grimes girls blitz Phoenix, survive Skaneateles

Cobras now no. 2 in state Class B rankings for first time

Now the Bishop Grimes girls basketball team might have a bit more than the Section III Class B and state titles down the road on its agenda. There’s a real chance the Cobras could sit atop the state Class B rankings at some point before the season ends. A steady climb up the state poll has now put the Cobras in the no. 2 spot, trailing only Irvington, who won four consecutive state titles from 2010 to 2013.

Boys indoor Lakers shine at Kirschenheiter meet

Lawson wins 300 sprint; Goodell, Hagen, Schneider also stand out

Now the Skaneateles indoor track and field team might be as strong, overall, as it’s been in a long time, thanks to the rapid rise of the boys program this winter. The boys Lakers, led by Griffin Lawson, earned the most points among small schools in Wednesday night’s Fred Kirschenheiter Memorial Invitational at SRC Arena.

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F-M cross country teams and coaches to be honored

The accolades continue to roll in for the Fayetteville-Manlius High School national championship boys and girls cross country teams, as well as their head coach, Bill Aris.

F-M sweeps to Kirschenheiter meet titles

Hornets' runners lead way; J-D girls finish fourth

Exactly two weeks before the Section III championships get decided at SRC Arena, the Fayetteville-Manlius indoor track and field team made a bold statement at at that same Onondaga Community College facility, sweeping both sides of the Fred Kirschenheiter Memorial Invitational.

CBA/J-D hockey smashes Oswego, Ontario Bay

Brothers return home after eight straight road games

Even though no one thought the CBA/Jamesville-DeWitt ice hockey teams’ 2-1 defeat to New Hartford on Jan. 7 was a bad loss, it still cost the Brothers a bit. When the next state Division II rankings were released, CBA/J-D found itself at no. 7, down from its high point of no. 3.

Grimes girls basketball maintains perfect mark

CBA returns key player, splits with ESM, Indian River

Moving up to the no. 3 spot in the state Class B rankings, and still undefeated after its narrow 50-49 escape against Bishop Kearney on Jan. 10, the Bishop Grimes girls basketball team looked forward to less stressful encounters against OHSL Liberty division foes.

Westhill boys roar to Juggler Classic title

Warriors dominate second half of final with Utica-Notre Dame

One defeat, in one tournament, did not make the Westhill boys basketball team any less imposing. If that message hadn’t gone through prior to last weekend's Juggler Classic at Utica-Notre Dame, it sure did in those pair of games as the state Class B top-ranked Warriors blitzed through the weekend and made sure a particularly challenging opponent didn’t scare them again.

J-D girls basketball has 3-1 stretch

Red Rams fall to Troy, finish third at Juggler Classic

Those struggles of December for the Jamesville-DeWitt girls basketball team move further and further into the past, replaced by the top form showed by a unit with every intention of maintaining its league and Section III crowns.